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the technological intricacies in our lives we bring in our science guy zach. >> hi. >> welcome back, dude. full on laptop using your phone. >> you got it. >> how? >> this is a portable screen keyboard and battery for your phone. >> it charges your phone while you are using it as a laptop but it stores everything on your phone. >> exactly. this thing could essentially replace a laptop for the next ten years. >> the case stop will have a product life of over ten years as it's built around proven technology standards such as hdmi, mhl and micro usb. >> new phones that come out it will grow with the phone and they don't have to carry two devices. >> is this cost effective. >> it's only $250. >> what about the heavy lifting apps, things like microsoft word or excel? >> what it's doing is taking what's on your screen of your phone and blowing it up to the size of the laptop. >> the case top provides a better viewing experience for videos full hd rescusiolutionre >> there are uses that won't be completely compatible but people are expecting microsoft might come out with their office suite for mobile d
, this is the greatest computer. >> the video's put together for a paris-based corporation that leads in technological revolution with their tense in technology. the company's called memorize. and if you recognize any of these images or it seems familiar, any guesses yet? >> i'm going to go with devin super tramp because he does some cool stuff. this looks like a cool video. >> exactly right, christiane. these are devin's new videos. this was presented by antoine cartier-wells, who gave it specifically for this video. the music you hear is created by devin's friend, steven anderson. >> what makes us human? our sense of self and our ability to share who we are, our greatest gift. >> it's kind of interesting. it talks about social media. this whole video is called "the social revolution." it talks aboutories being one of the last private and intimate pieces of ourselves, and we are all sharing that stuff now. >> that's true. when you can look back and remember any given thing using social media. >> you're searching your own database as you're reminded by these beautiful images. >> and it's cool because
i can about, the ancient structures and the brand new technology, humans flying in a flat suit out of an airplane. >> the flight was two minutes long and they were flailing at 120 miles an hour. >>> this time of year it a great time to be in mexico. you never know what you will see in the water. somebody had a go pro camera and put it in the water and you could see this mama gray wail and her calves. it wasn't just them under the boat. they got up close and personal. >> what a good day on the water. >> it is a good day. wait until you go to the other side of the boat. >> wow. she is totally surfacing and they totally just touched her. >> they touched what we call the nose area and here is the baby. >> oh, man. >> these whales are interacting with the humans. they love this. they like the attention. >> from sea life to something you see running through the woods. in this instant it is in the backyard. this is a dear hanging with the family and friendly at that. i like howl she is casually petting it. >> i wonder why they isn't so scared. >> maybe young, not been around people before
the standard sonogram. the doctor here is like -- >> i want to show you the new technology, the 3d pictures out for a while and this is a whole new tier of sonograms. she turns on the tv. look at the images the mothers and fathers are able to see. >> this isn't real. this is a prank. >> they are freaking out. >> the baby is like, oh, i wave back. >> no. that ain't real. >> no. >> this guy is like my son is giving me a thumb's up. >> he is cool. he knows how to be cool before he is even born. the phone rings and watch what this baby does. >> the telephone. >> starts clapping because the phone rang. >> how are these people falling for this? >> i feel badly for them. they're so excited. they think the baby is a genius. >> one of the dads says i want to see his -- >> and the doctor is like you already saw it just a few minutes ago. >> did you see that? >> flipped the dad off. >> the camera crew busts through into the exam room of course and this is all a set up. in the beginning we can see how they hook things up and they have a control room set up for the guys and it is a promo/prank for lg posted
-- i want to show you new technology. 3-d pictures out for a while. a whole new tier. turns on the tv. look at the images that these mothers and fathers are able to see. >> this isn't real this is a prank. >> they are freaking out. >> the baby is like, oh, i'll wave back. >> that ain't real. no. >> this guy is like my son is giving me a thumbs up. >> cool. he's cool. knows how to be cool before he is even born. the phone rings and watch what this baby does. starts clapping because the phone rang. >> how are these people falling for this? >> i feel badly for them. they think their little baby is a genius. >> one of the dads says i want to see his -- the doctor says you already saw this. >> he he just flipped the dad off. the camera crew busts through. the exam room this is all a setup. they hook things up, have a control room basically set up for these guys. a promo/prank for lg, was posted on the lg israel youtube channel. >> i like that. a big company has a sense of humor. >> i don't think beth will need the gag bag this time. i think it's going to be me. >> chocolate. >> i give you
, face technology for pulse-reading, why? >> it's very easy to do and only takes about five seconds to initially find your pulse and track it. >> wow. >> what they're doing is they're actually watching the changes of green light that's absorbed by your face. so, the hemoglobin in your red blood cells is made out of iron that gives it and the red blood cells their color. so, red-colored objects absorb green light. as the blood moves throughout your face, it has different changes of how much green light it's absorbing. so, like, focusing on very small areas of your face are actually able to detect those small changes of green light absorption to detectable. if you look in the mirror and it just said, oh, man, you're ugly. >> go to bed. >> yeah, you need a nap. you're not looking so hot today. it could happen. >> i hope they don't ever make that mirror. >> there are trick shots and then there's the stuff of legend. watch this. john massey at the top of a 100-foot-tall tower with a helmet, a go pro and a basketball. oh! swish! as he's leaping off of this tower, he's wearing sort of a de
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